The Law Student's Helper; A Monthly Magazine for the Student in and Out of Law School Volume 6

The Law Student's Helper; A Monthly Magazine for the Student in and Out of Law School Volume 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...take is to remove her goods before the landlord distrains, as any goods on the demised premises may, subject to certain exceptions, be distrained on. II. Q. State four cases in which a witness may refuse to answer questions put to him. A. (1) Where his answer might tend to expose him to a criminal prosecution. (2) Vhere he is a counsel or a solicitor and to answer would be to divulge professional confidences. (3) Where the witness is a public official, and the question involves some matter of State. (4) VVhere the question is on a matter communicated to the witness by his or her wife or husband. 12. Q. State some of the defences available in an action claiming probate of the will of a testator. A. That the testator was not at the time he executed the will of sound disposing mind, that the will has been obtained by undue influence or fraud, that the will was revoked. 13. Q. Vhat are the remedies for infringement of a patent? A. An action for an injunction, or for damages, or both, or the plaintifi may. in lieu of damages, claim an account of profits derived from the wrongful sales by the defendant. I4. Q. Define a nuisance. Give two instances of actionable nuisances and two of non-actionable nuisances. A. A nuisance is defined in Stephen as anything that worketli hurt, inconveniences or damage. Instances of actionable nuisances: Allowing the boughs of a tree to overlap on to a neighbor's land; any offensive stench or trade. Instances of nonactionable nuisances: Erecting a building which blocks out a fine prospect; opening a window which destroys a neighbor's privacy. 15. Q. A on the 8th June. 1886, wrongfully obtained possession of land belonging to B. an infant, born on 12th December, I877, and has since held it adversely to...
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  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 381g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236961862
  • 9781236961860